LINGUIST List 8.3

Thu Jan 9 1997

Jobs: Lecturer, University of Stuttgart

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  1. Wed, 8 Jan 1997 13:32:25 -0500 (GMT-0500), Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics
  2. Oliver Christ, Vacancy at University of Stuttgart (Professor in German Linguistics)

Message 1: Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics

Date: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 13:32:25 -0500 (GMT-0500)
From: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 13:32:25 -0500 (GMT-0500) <ogharryuwimona.edu.jm>
Subject: Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics

POST OF LECTURER/ASSISTANT LECTURER IN LINGUISTICS
DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE, LINGUISTICS & PHILOSOPHY, MONA.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of
Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics, Department of Language,
Linguistics and Philosophy, The University of the West Indies, Mona.
Applicants should have postgraduate qualifications and a record of
research in Linguistics. Candidates should have interest and competence in
Linguistic Theory and in Applied Linguistics. The successful applicant
should be able to teach at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels
courses in Linguistic Theory and Applied Linguistics, with special
reference to language teaching/learning. Duties to be assumed by August 1,
1997 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Detailed applications (two copies) giving full particulars of
qualifications and experience, marital status, date of birth, nationality
and the names and addresses of three referees should be sent by January
15, 1997, to the Campus Registrar, (Attention: Assistant Registrar,
Appointments), the University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston 7,
Jamaica. Facsimile number (809)977-3794. Further particulars are available
from the same source or from the Secretary-General, Associatio of
Commonwealth Universities (Appointments), 36 Gordon Square, London WC1H
0PF, England, to whom candidates in the United Kingdom should also send a
copy of their application.

In order to expedite the appointment procedure, applicants are advised to
ask their referees to send confidential reports direct to the University
without waiting to be contacted.

Further Particulars for the post of Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer in the
Department of Language, Linguistics & Philosophy, Mona:

GENERAL
The University of the West Indies is an independent university serving the
following territories in the West Indies:
	Antigua and Barbuda			Grenada
	the Commonwealth of the Behamas		Jamaica
	Barbados				Montserrat
	Belize					St. Christopher & Nevis
	the British Virgin Islands		St. Lucia
	the Cayman Islands		St. Vincent & the Grenadines
	the Commonwealth of Dominica	the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago
The University has campuses at Mona in Jamaica, St. Augustine in Trinidad
and Cave Hill in Barbados. The total student body which numbers
approximately 15,000 is distributed the three campuses. The Faculties at
Mona are Arts & Education, Medical Sciences, Pure and Applied Sciences,
and Social Sciences.
The University began teaching in 1948 as a University College affiliated
with the University of London, and became an independent university in
1962.

Teaching carried out in the Department of Language, Linguistics &
Philosophy:
The Department offers courses leading to the B.A. in Linguistics, and in
Linguistics combined with other subjects. At the postgraduate level,
candidates are accepted for the MA, MPhil and PhD degrees.

The Departments has the following staff:
	1 Professor
	1 Reader
	2 Senior Lecturers
	7 Lecturers/Assistant Lecturers

At present, staff in the Department is as follows:
Hubert Devonish, BA Guyana, D.Phil. York (UK) - Reader & Head of Dept.
*Mervyn C. Alleyne, BA Lond-UCWI, DU Stras - Professor
Pauline Christie, MA Edin, D.Phil. York (UK), PGCE Lond - Senior Lecturer
John Bewaji, BA, MA Ife, PhD - Senior Lecturer
David E. King, BA, Dip Ed Lond-UCWI, HDIP Ed UWI - Lecturer
Kathryn Shields-Brodber, BA, PhD, Dip Ed UWI - Lecturer
Mertel E. Thompson, BA, MPhil UWI, PhD Indiana - Lecturer
Caroline Dyche, BA UWI, DipEd, Univ de Frache-Comte - Lecturer
Silvia Kouwenberg, PhD Amsterdam - Lecturer
Monica Taylor, BA, MA UWI - Lecturer
Earl McKenzie, B.Sc., MFA Col, PhD Br.Col - Lecturer
Monique Wong, BA, PhD (G.U.) - Visiting Lecturer
* on leave

DUTIES OF THE APPOINTEE
The successful applicant would be required to teach courses in Linguistics
Theory as well as courses in applied Linguistics with special reference to
language teaching/learning at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels,
to conduct tutorial groups and seminars, and to assist with the examining
work of the Department, as the Head of the Department may direct. So far
as circumstances permit in the area of teaching, members of the academic
staff are given the opportunity to specialize and develop their own
interests within the limitations of the range of courses which may be on
offer at a given time.

RESEARCH
The University places a good deal of emphasis on research and publication
by members of staff, and the standard of performance in this area is one
of the chief factors taken into consideration when members of staff are
being considered for promotion.

APPOINTMENT
Appointment will normally be for three years in the first instance, with
eligibility for renewal.









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Message 2: Vacancy at University of Stuttgart (Professor in German Linguistics)

Date: Thu, 9 Jan 1997 13:21:13 +0100 (MET)
From: Oliver Christ <oliims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Vacancy at University of Stuttgart (Professor in German Linguistics)

[[Please feel free to forward this mail to any interested parties.
Apologies when you receive multiple copies of this mail.]]

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An der Fakultdt 11 (Philosophie) der Universitdt Stuttgart ist eine


		C4-Professur Linguistik/Germanistik
		(Nachfolge Prof. Dr. Hubert Haider)


wieder zu besetzen.

Erwartet wird die Vertretung des Faches im Bereich theoretische und
germanistische Linguistik in den Studiengdngen Linguistik und
Germanistik und im Studiengang Deutsch (Staatsexamen). Die Bewerber
sollen Schwerpunkte in mindestens einem Bereich der theoretischen
Linguistik sowie in der germanistischen Linguistik unter
Ber|cksichtigung des Sprachvergleichs aufweisen.

Bewerbungen mit folgenden Unterlagen

	- Lebenslauf
	- Liste der Vervffentlichungen
	- drei Vervffentlichungen aus den letzten 5 Jahren

sind bis 01.04.1997 an den Vorsitzenden der Berufungskommission

	Prof. Dr. Christian Rohrer
	Institut f|r Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
	Universitdt Stuttgart
	Azenbergstr. 12
	D-70174 Stuttgart
	Germany
	EMail: Christian.Rohrerims.uni-stuttgart.de

zu richten.

Die Universitdt Stuttgart mvchte den Anteil der Frauen im
wissenschaftlichen Bereich erhvhen und ist deshalb an Bewerbungen von
qualifizierten Wissenschaftlerinnen besonders interessiert.


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